Fie KroC

Silencio Poem by Fie KroC

Oh Music, you I love, you I truly love
The pureness of your sweet touch, the way you move souls
Oh Music, you who makes me humble, you who makes me cry of happiness
The overwhelming feeling of perfection that catches my ears,
the only perfection in this world

You Music, you who is my patron, my paramour
The sweetest words you whisper in my ears, words I have so near
You Music, with your melancholic sound, you Music with your embracing cheerfulness
The way you drack me down and up again, the way you live

Oh, you the Music

Submitted: Monday, May 19, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: music

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Well, music...
I wrote about Music as a friend...which it IS, but more like a... a person?
One you can hold and

The title is from a piece by Mozart, and I thought... well music is the oppersite of silence but still it makes the rest of the world... quiet when you listen to it and only IT. your own universe

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